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Martin Skrtel has been charged by The FA for violent conduct after he stamped on Manchester United's goalkeeper David de Gea in the 95th minute of their clash this weekend.
The incident was not seen by the referee but was caught on camera.
The panel judging the incident was unanimous in it's decision that it was a 'sending off offence' and that Skrtel should therefore be charged.
If found guilty he could face a three game ban , he has until 6pm on 24 March 2015 to respond to the charge.
During the same game Liverpool's Steven Gerrard was sent off after being on the pitch for just 30 seconds.
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James McCarthy, Seamus Coleman, Steven Naismith and Leon Osman could all return to the Everton side for their Barclays Premier League clash with Burnley on Sunday.
Naismith and Osman were left out of the travelling party for Thursday's Europa League trip to face Lille while Coleman was an unused substitute and McCarthy played only the last few minutes.
The Toffees have no new injury worries but Kevin Mirallas (hamstring) and John Stones (ankle) remain sidelined while Bryan Oviedo and Arouna Kona are still not match-fit.
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